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Oct 15, 2013
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Those wires have been up there as long as I can remember. Yep. They're all sagging now, but years ago, tightrope walkers by the thousands used to cross the country on those. We come from a proud history. Truly a pioneer people.
Oct 17, 2013
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    Agent54  over 4 years ago

    Then and now -had to walk the wires to keep above the BS.

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    pschearer GC Insider over 4 years ago

    Crossing the country on wires? That’s silly. Everyone knows they took the Interstates.

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    Allan CB  over 4 years ago

    aye yi yi … Toby … don’t fill his head with lies dude.

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    sbchamp  over 4 years ago

    You’re not helpingUncle Bugs approves

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    Barrington Womble  over 4 years ago

    And stay tuned for the next installment of “History According to Toby”.

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    Comic Minister  over 4 years ago

    Agreed boys.

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    Number Three (Free Afficionado)  over 4 years ago

    Cue the circus music…xxx

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    Hunter7  over 4 years ago

    Yup. In the old days it was the only way to get to school. Walk the high wire. It was nice in the summer. Those warm breezes & sunshine. But winter? It was up hill to school and the snow was almost as high as the wire. Had to be careful or end up like Bob. Ol’ Bob slipped one snowy morning. See he had been trying to run to school. Everyone knows you dont run wire. But he did. Saw him slip. The snow swallowed him whole. Bit by bit. Muffling his screams for help. Silence only after he hit bottom. Yup. Hit bottom. Had to stay there all winter. When the snow finally melted – Bob was still there. A liitle freezed dried kid. .Used Ol’ Bob as a garden gnome for years. Then I think the squirrels ran off with him.

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